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AP Mentoring Bundle

Rice University and the College Board are offering AP Computer Science Principles, AP English Literature, and AP U.S. History teachers the opportunity to attend an AP Summer Institute and receive AP Mentoring throughout the school year.
 
AP Mentoring is an online teacher-to-teacher support program that connects AP teachers who want to enhance their teaching skills with expert AP teachers who have significant instructional experience and deep content knowledge. Groups of up to four mentees meet with mentors via video chat each month during the school year. For more information about AP Mentoring, visit http://www.collegeboard.org/apmentoring.
 
Teachers register once for both programs and pay a discounted price; both programs would normally cost $1,444 per teacher, but through this bundling offer, teachers pay $1,195 (through July 3) or $1,245 (after July 3). 

The combined support of an APSI and AP Mentoring offers teachers a more comprehensive professional development option. They receive an immersion in their subject through the APSI and then continuous support during the school year through AP Mentoring, reinforcing what they learned over the summer.

Week 1: July 18-21, 2017  
   
Course                 Lead Consultant
AP English Literature and Composition for New Teachers                        Gretchen Polnac
AP U.S. History for New Teachers                John Irish
AP Computer Science Principles for New Teachers                 Jill Westerlund
Week 2: July 25-28, 2017  
   
Course      Lead Consultant
AP English Literature and Composition for New Teachers                   Michael Degen
AP U.S. History for New Teachers      James Sabathne
AP U.S. History for New Teachers      Jim Smith
AP Computer Science Principles for New Teachers      Gina McCarley
Week 3: August 1-4, 2017  
   
Course Lead Consultant
AP English Literature and Composition for New Teachers Linda Davey
AP English Literature and Composition for Experienced Teachers Norma Wilkerson
AP U.S. History for New Teachers Matt Cone